300 Hour Yoga Therapy Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India
300 Hour Yoga Therapy Teacher Training in Rishikesh, India
Join us for 300-hour yoga therapy teacher training in Rishikesh.
During your YTTC, you will experience the following:
Reach a new level of yoga education and be a certified yoga therapist
Use yoga for self-healing
Know how to treat and support common diseases with yoga methods
Helps to detox your body balance your soul
Spend an unforgettable time in the Himalayas
Concentration and meditation
A deep study of breathing and mantra techniques
Asana - Hatha, and Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga classes
Learn about diseases and case reports
Applied anatomy and practical skills
Yoga Philosophy and Ayurveda in daily life
Excursions and Ayurvedic massage
This course designed for already yoga teachers or people with therapy background.
During this course, you will improve your knowledge and master the techniques of yoga therapy and know how to apply asana, pranayamas, meditation, mantras, yoga anatomy, yogic nutrition, elements Ayurveda in the supplemental treatment of common diseases.
You will learn case histories and understand how to implement yoga therapy in your class.
The Institute's yoga teachers and therapists are professionals, with 5 to 30 years of experience.
The school was established to provide education in Vedic science, holistic treatment and support programs with yogic and Ayurvedic methods in common and non-curative diseases.
To help humans control emotions, remove fears, improve their lives, find themselves in a society of modern technology, and open their power in order to feel harmony and happiness.
The institute is accredited by International yoga alliance USA and followed it's policy on Sexual Misconduct towards the client, that makes all their programs safe and secure for female students.
The institute keeps the ancient yogic tradition of Himalayan masters adapted to contemporary service requirements according to international standards of yoga education.
Its teachers were born in yogic families and have scientific degrees in yoga, astrology, and Ayurveda. Its yoga masters have spent more than 90,000 hours on improving their practice of yoga postures and meditation.
Its founder, Dr. Sanjeev Pandey, has spent more than 20,000 hours in deep meditation in the Himalayan mountains. Vedansha collaborates with medical doctors and performs research in yoga and cancer in Germany.
It also performs special healing programs for people with different diseases to support their health. Its programs are based on centuries-old traditions and adapted to contemporary conditions that make its clients 99% satisfied.
Panch-Klesha (Five Causes of Pain & Miseries)
Yama, Niyama (social and personal rules and regulations) Asana (physical posture), Pranayama (breathing techniques), Pratyahara (withdrawal of the mind from the senses), Dharna (concentration), Dhayan (meditation), Samadhi (self-realization)
9 Disturbances of Mind, possibilities of control, Kriya Yoga
A functional model of 7 chakras from a philosophical point of view
Stages in the Yogic Experiences and its Achievements By Birth or through Training
Philosophical aspects of Bhagavadgita
Philosophical aspects of the different form of Samadhi
Asana Biomechanics of Asana Kinesiology of asana
Observation and assessment
How to create the asana sequence
Back strength sequence
Abdominal muscles strength sequence
Stretching hamstring and back
Asana Sequence for preparation to pranayama
Common postural misalignment
Surya and Chandra namaskara and their effect on the practice
Body reading report
Creation of movement
Assessment of joint mobility
Ayurvedic cycles within a yoga pose
Principle of vinyasa
Vinyasa and dosha
Vinyasa and breath
Vinyasa for vata, pitta and kapha
Pranayama and Mudras
Anatomy of natural respiration
Types of breath
Healing aspects of Pranayama
Retention and it’s therapeutic effect
Improvement of Pranayama Techniques (Neti, Kapalabhati, Nadi Shodana, Surya Bheda, Bastrika, Sheetali, Shetkari, Bramari, plavini, Chandra bheda, Murcha, Pratiloma Ujjayi intermediate & advanced level)
Intermediate mudras and bandas
Parana and lifestyle
Mediation aspects of pranayama
Mantra and pranayama
Kriyas (body cleansing methods)
The concept of breath & movement
Achieving of mental steadiness
Postures for pranayama
The breathing cycle
Mantra and Pranayama
Pranayama and therapy aspect
Standard Meditation Practice (AUM Meditation, Trataka, Yoga Nidra, Sound, Mantra, morning meditation, Nadi meditation, 5 elements meditation, Kundaini meditation).
Meditation in brain anatomy & physiology
Meditation in breathing anatomy and physiology
Intermediate Mantras, Hindu Gods, mantras related with them
Anatomy and physiology comparing allopathic and yogic system
Skeletal (spine, hips, knees, ankles, shoulders, arms, joints, upper/low back, pelvis, ligaments) muscular (muscles of low, up extremities, chest, back, neck) and nervous system (central and peripheral parts)
Yogic purification (shatkarma)
The concept of tridosha, ama, ayurvedic nutrition, day regimes, ayurvedic physiology
Concept of Agni
The role of taste
Food as a medicine
The connection of Asana, pranayama & diet
Acupressure in Ayurveda
Special healing methods
Elements of Craniosacral therapy, cranial mobility, and flexibility
Treatment of lumbosacral joint
Treatment of cranium-cervical joint
Treatment of intracranial dura
Treatment of transverse diaphragm
Teaching the standard concept of preparation of your own class with attention to the psychology of the clients in yoga class
Ethic of yoga therapist.
Designing your personal program
Overcoming obstacles to healing
Clinical assessment of the Patient Interview, history of the disease, family history, habits
Body-mind connection cases of common disease and their yogic treatment
Introduction of the pathology of common diseases and syndromes with the case study Anxiety, burn-out syndrome, depression, back pain syndrome, Insomnia, migraine, brain injuries, insults/infarcts, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease.
Scoliosis, props, hernias, arthritis, statement after fractures, luxations, operations on muscle-skeletal apparat
Body lean forward, body leans backward, titled head, high shoulder, round shoulders, arm turned out/in, arm out from hip, winging scapula, flat back, high hip, hip twisted, hyperextended knee, knock knees, bowed legs, leg outward/inward, flat foot
Clinical assessment of the Patient
Objective assessment/connection with the medical practitioner if there is a need for some examinations and diagnosis
How to make a therapy plan Introduction of the pathology of common diseases and syndromes with a case study
Arterial Hypertony, low arterial pressure, Heart failure, Thyroid Gland Disorders
Cancer of different organ systems Urin tract disorders, infertility, menopause, menstrual cycle disorders, chronic pelvin pain
Gastritis, colitis, some forms of Hepatitis, cholecystitis, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome Diabetes, rheumatism, obesity, anorexia Alcohol, drug, play addictions
Common child diseases.
Professional diseases of sportsman, dancers, drivers etc
Management of yogic of common diseases with a case study Musculoskeletal system disorders, yogic methods
Respiratory system disorders, yogic methods Cardio-vascular system disorders, yogic methods
Gastrointestinal system disorders, yogic methods Nervous system disorders, yogic methods
Uro-genital system disorders, yogic methods
Professional diseases disorders yogic methods
Pre/post surgery concept from Vedic view
Chemotherapy/cancer treatment associated supportive methods
Interest to learn Vedic science
Individuals with disabilities or ailments are advised to refrain from applying
Minimum age at the time of admission is 18 years. Applicants aged over 60 years could apply after consultation
Pregnant women need a medical authorization permitting them to practice yoga from their own country with translation in English
Any candidate found unfit after the commencement of the course will not be permitted to continue the training and a refund of fees and other charges will not be admissible.
This teacher training course requires educational abilities and the desire to study the program according to the standards of Yoga Alliance USA.
Students are reminded to remain aware and respectful of cultural differences among the participants and teachers.
Any disruptions to the teaching process or behavior deemed harmful to other students, teachers, or the institute's property is in violation of the rules and policies of Vedansha Institute.
Violation of the school's policies may result in dismissal from the program without any refund of the course fees.